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mushroom

noun   /ˈmʌʃ·ruːm/
A2 a type of fungus (= an organism like a plant) with a short stem and a round top, some types of which can be eaten champiñón, seta
verb   /ˈmʌʃ·ruːm/
to increase or develop very quickly crecer rápidamente Crime in the city has mushroomed during the past decade. mushrooming costs
(Definition of mushroom from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mushroom

noun /ˈmaʃrum/
a type of fungus, usually shaped like an umbrella, many varieties of which are edible seta, champiñón wild mushrooms (also adjective) a mushroom omelette.
(Definition of mushroom from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “mushroom”
in Korean 버섯…
in Arabic فُطْر…
in Malaysian cendawan…
in French champignon…
in Russian гриб…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蘑菇, 傘菌,蕈…
in Italian fungo…
in Turkish mantar…
in Polish grzyb…
in Vietnamese nấm…
in Portuguese cogumelo…
in Thai เห็ด…
in German der Pilz…
in Catalan xampinyó, bolet…
in Japanese マッシュルーム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蘑菇, 伞菌,蕈…
in Indonesian jamur…
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